Following Jurgen Klopp’s snub, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is expected to join Chelsea in a’selfish’ move.
Mohamed Salah has yet to re-sign with Liverpool.
Didier Drogba, a Chelsea legend, has tipped Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah for a sensational return to the club.
With less than two years left on his current contract, the Egyptian is the central figure in a long-running contract saga, and following a contentious Jurgen Klopp decision on Wednesday, Drogba’s claim may have some merit.
Salah’s start against Porto raised eyebrows, despite Liverpool’s already-confirmed Group B title.
Despite this, he took advantage of the situation to score his 17th goal of the season in all competitions as the Reds cruised to a 2-0 victory.
However, Klopp’s decision to give Alisson Becker the captain’s armband may have soured the occasion for the goal-machine as a whole.
Salah admitted last year that he was disappointed after a similar snub against FC Midtjylland, when the usual trio of captain candidates was missing.
Chelsea may have found an unintentional solution to Ben Chilwell’s injury woes.
Salah has been dubbed the best player in the world this season by many because of his prolific goal-scoring exploits, but there is still plenty of action going on behind the scenes.
The Reds have been trying to work out a new contract with the 29-year-old winger, but the winger is making them nervous about his future.
Drogba, on the other hand, has his own ideas, believing that Salah would be a success if he took care of his unfinished business at Stamford Bridge.
When speaking on Al-Axis TV, Drogba joked, “If I’m selfish, I’ll tell Salah to leave Liverpool and return to Chelsea.”
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“In my opinion, Salah will remain the best, whether he stays at Liverpool or moves on.
“Any other team would perform better [with him]because he knows what he’s doing, is capable of scoring and creating goals, and only requires the coach’s trust.”
“I’m not sure what he’ll do.”
This is his decision and his future, but I’ll “Brinkwire Summary News” wherever he goes.